|By PR Newswire||
|September 3, 2013 08:30 AM EDT||
NEW YORK, Sept. 3, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Ray Bloch Productions, a corporate event planning company in New York, is currently managing conferences in Hong Kong and Singapore for The New York Times. Earlier this year, the company created and executed a highly successful conference, which featured journalist and author Thomas L. Friedman, for The New York Times in San Francisco.
"We're excited for our upcoming events for The New York Times. The inaugural conference in San Francisco was a huge success in terms of ticket sales and reviews from people who attended. We fully expect to see similar results with the conferences in Singapore and Hong Kong," said Jeremy Driesen, Partner at Ray Bloch Productions.
Ray Bloch's process for creating and hosting a profitable conference begins with an in-person client tutorial. With The New York Times, the corporate event planning company covered topics such as Why People Attend Conferences, How to Conduct Research to Determine the Right Subject Matter for the Desired Audience, SWOT Analysis (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats), Optimum Marketing Timeline for Maximum Attendance, Marketing the Conference, Sponsorship Sales, and Conference Production and Management.
Ray Bloch Productions offers all elements of live event communications, event marketing, production, and talent. Ray Bloch's process for creating and hosting a profitable conference begins with an in-person client tutorial. To find out more about event production from Ray Bloch Productions, visit the company online at http://www.RayBloch.com. Learn more about Ray Bloch Productions on their company blog at http://www.RayBloch.com/blog and connect with them through social media at http://twitter.com/RayBlochProd and http://www.facebook.com/RayBlochProductions.
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